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Blood Sugar Stabilizer Review

by Emily Jacob (2019-04-23)

Plaque Your mouth naturally contains Blood Sugar Stabilizer many types of bacteria, and your saliva contains glucose. The glucose nourishes the bacteria. If you are failing to control your diabetes, the level of glucose in your saliva will be elevated, making it a rich medium in which harmful germs can grow. The germs and saliva form a sticky film on your teeth called plaque which binds to the surface of your teeth. This happens whether you are diabetic or not. You can also get plaque from consuming food or drink containing sugar or starches because these deposit residues as they pass through your mouth. If you don't remove plaque regularly it will harden over time into a substance called tartar and collect under the gum line. Tartar makes it more difficult to brush between your teeth and it needs to be removed by regular cleaning using the correct technique. Plaque affects your teeth and gums. Some types cause tooth decay or cavities. Other types of plaque cause gum disease, a very common form of infection. Gum disease can happen more often, be more severe, and take longer to heal if you have diabetes. In turn, having gum disease can make your blood glucose hard to control. Some studies suggest that treating your gum disease can make it easier to control your blood glucose. Tooth decay (cavities) Plaque contains acids. These acids attack the hard, outer surface (enamel) of your teeth. This can create cavities or holes in the enamel. The higher your blood glucose level, the greater the supply of sugars and starches in your food and drink, the more acid there will be eating away at your teeth. Thus diabetics who fail to control their blood glucose levels are more prone to cavities than non-diabetics. Early gum disease (gingivitis) The longer plaque and tartar remain on your teeth, the more they irritate the gingiva, the part of the gum around the base of the teeth. In time, your gums become red and swollen. Bleeding will often occur while you are brushing your teeth.